Advancing WEEE Management & EPR Principle

24-25 February 2021
9am MYT (GMT +8)


This event is in conjunction with the Sustainable Electronic Recycling International (SERI) aims to provide a platform to bring together Government, Manufacturers, Environmental professionals and Recyclers, to exchange innovative ideas related to e-waste,  and adopt best practices for a sustainable and circular economy and for responsibility of manufacturers products handling to spur industry-wide changes

Event Themes

Expert speakers

Prof Dato' Ir Dr Abu Bakar Jaafar

Malaysian Green Technology & Climate Change (MGTC)

H.E Dr Salem Khalfan AlKaabi
General Manager

Abu Dhabi Waste Management Center (Tadweer), United Arab Emirates

Corey Dehmey
Executive Director

Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI)

Darrell Kendall
Executive Director

The Recycling Industry Operating Standard (RIOS)

Daniel Ternald
Ewaste Associate Expert

United Nations Environment Program's
(IETC), Japan

Garth Hickle
Independent Consultant | Visiting Scholar

Institute on the Environment University of Minnesota

Elisabeth Smith
Executive Director

StEP Initiative- Solving the eWaste Problem, Austria

Mohamed Tarek Al Fatary

Electronic Recycling Through Heroes (ERTH), Malaysia

Venky Murthy
Founder & CEO

Vans Chemistry Pte Ltd, Singapore

Patty McKenzie
Director of Education and Outreach

Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI)

Sean De Vries
R2 Director

Sustainable Electronics Recycling International (SERI)

Benefits of Attending

Be Inspired

by hearing the latest solutions and innovations that will help increase the sustainability of your products, reduce your plastic footprint, create a more circular economy, and ultimately lead to reducing waste plastic in our oceans and environment.

Meet New Suppliers

Meet new Suppliers from leading international technology manufacturers, chemicals suppliers and materials experts


Eliminate toxic and hazardous materials from electronics. Discover Green Electronics technologies, eco-design principles, bio-based chemicals and bio-based materials to replace toxic materials and eliminate single-use materials from your products.


Network with electronics industry, E-Waste experts, technology manufacturers, materials suppliers, NGOs and leading research organizations.


Learn the basics of certification, an overview of the new R2v3 Standard, a discussion of costs and next steps.

Who Should Attend

Electronics & Electrical Manufacturers

Battery Manufacturers

PV Manufacturers

Recycling Treatment Facilities

Connector & Cables

E-Industrial & Consumer Suppliers

Material & Chemical

Recycling Companies


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